Ann Oram RSW
Ann Oram was born in London in 1956. She studied at Edinburgh College of Art between 1976 and 1982. She became a part time lecturer at Edinburgh College of Art between 1983 and 1985, and again in 1991 to 1993. Ann was elected to RSW in 1986. Following that, she was a visiting lecturer at the University of Northumbria in 1988.
Solo Exhibitions from 1985 – present Include:
The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh; Macaulay Gallery, Stenton; Portland Gallery, London; Corrymella Scott, Newcastle; Henshelwood, Newcastle; Richmond Hill Gallery, London; Corto & Nero, Vienna; Lemon Street Gallery, Truro; Duncan Miller, London; The Brian Sinfield Gallery; Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh; An Tatha Solais, Ullapool; Thackeray Gallery, London.
Group Exhibitions from 1985 – present Include:
The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh; Macaulay Gallery, Stenton; Corrymella Scott, Newcastle; Portland Gallery, London; Henshelwood Gallery, Newcastle; Roger Billcliffe, Glasgow; Falle Fine Art, Jersey; Richmond Hill Gallery, London; Corto & Nero, Vienna; Galeri Wolfrum, Vienna; The Jerdan Gallery, Crail; Duncan Miller, London; Lemon Street Gallery, Truro; Royal Glasgow Institute; Gullane Art Gallery; Open Eye Gallery; Tatha Gallery, Newport upon Tay; Kilmorack Gallery, Beauly; Gordon Brown Gallery, Tain; An Tatha Solais, Ullapool; Thackeray Gallery, London.
Commissions and Collections Include:
Royal Bank of Scotland; Standard Life; Bank of Scotland; Britoil; Credit Lyonnaise; Dundas & Wilson; Dunedin Fund Managers; Edinburgh University; Edinburgh Fund Managers; Ethicon; Herriot-Watt University; Northern General Hospital; Robert Flemings Holdings Ltd; Royal Bank of Scotland; Royal Bank of Scotland, Singapore; Scottish Life; Scottish Provident; Scottish Widows; Shepherd and Wedderburn WS; Tysak and Partners; Art in Healthcare; Stirling Art Gallery.
Private Collections Include:
Work in Britain; Ireland; USA; Singapore; New Zealand; Spain; Austria and Holland.
Carnegie Travelling Scholarship, Royal Scottish Academy Student Exhibition 1980; Andrew Grant Travelling Scholarship to New York, 1981; Largo Award, Edinburgh College of Art, 1981; Andrew Grant Major Award, 1981 & 1982; May Marshall Brown Award (RSW), 1991; William Gillies Award (RSW), 1998.